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AutoCAD expert's Visual LISP Paperback – November 14, 2012
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About the Author
Architect. PhD. in Civil Engineering. Associate Professor since 1994 in the Department of Geographic Engineering and Graphic Expression Techniques of the University of Cantabria and CAD Instructor at the Institute for Professional Training and Social Studies (Santander, Spain). Up to 1992 he was a Professor of Design at the Polytechnic Institute "J. A. Echeverría" and the Superior Institute of Industrial Design, both in Havana (Cuba). Author of numerous scientific and educational papers on CAD,GIS and Computational Geometry. Co-author of the book "Programación en AutoCAD con Visual LISP" published by McGraw-Hill in 2003. As an expert in Autodesk software applications, he is a member of the Autodesk Developers Network since 1999.
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This is not a text book on programming at detail, so, it is advised, and would be very helpful, to have a very basic programming background on structured language and the slight knowledge on Object Oriended paradigm too. Just in case things get overwhelming by reading it.
The book structure and the themes treatment resembles the 2003 edition of the same author, but in this edition it is updated to AutoCAD 2013 and to 3D programming, for which, it is also advisable to know the basics of Linear Programming.
By using the contents of this book, I have been able to reduce my time of working on AutoCAD, for various tasks, from hours, even days, to minutes. It's worth the effort to learn and apply what is indicated this book.
Would also suggest the structure of the book to logically build upon each concept